I’m unfamiliar with either of those. I use an app called All Recipes a lot. It has recipes for almost anything you can think of provided by professional chefs as well as everyday cooks. Most of the recipes include videos. As people make the dishes, they rate them and make comments, many of which are helpful. This app allows you to save favorites to your own recipe box for easy retrieval. This is free and also has a full website.
Another source for my recipes Cooks Country and Cooks Illustrated. I actually began by subscribing to the print magazines. I then subscribed to the digital version because, as you point out, it’s nice to actually see the preparation steps. This actually has an annual fee.
I don’t know whether either of these is available in anything other than English. I hope this offers you some alternatives, though.
Diehard Paprika user here for a long time. It’s my go-to app for meal planning (mostly on iPad, but sometimes on Mac), shopping (iPhone), and cooking (dedicated kitchen iPad). I love how easy it is to load recipes from practically any website, almost like magic … That being said, I spent a little time looking at Yummly and think it could be a good tool for finding new recipes. I’ve downloaded it and am giving it a shot a discovering new things to cook.
Love Paprika for all the reasons others have given. After I’ve found a recipe in Pinterest I can copy the web address and paste it in Paprika’s browser and get an instant readable recipe notecard with photo. Love it!
Thank you very much for all your suggestions. I am going to stick with Paprika. The game changer for me, was this:
Neither Paprika or Yummly has a shiny button for Chrome browser. But this unoffical button solves it for me.
I use Paprika in my iPad to cook, in my iPhone to shop for food and in my mac to look for good recipes.
What I would like to see in Paprika is a Apple TV app (Yummly has a shiny app)